Edoardo obtained in 2010 his M.S. cum laude in Engineering Physics at Politecnico di Milano, visiting Helsinki University of Technology (Finland) and Paris Tech (France) as exchange student. As a Ph.D. student, he was awarded with the “Scuola Interpolitecnica scholarship”, which funded his 9 month as a visiting researcher at Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2014 He obtained his Ph.D. with merit in “Physics” and “Nanotechnology and innovative nano-structured materials” from Politecnico di Milano and Scuola Interpolitecnica. He is currently a EU Marie-Curie Post-doc fellow in Prof. Riedo’s group at CUNY Advanced Science Research Center.
Edoardo started his research activity in the field of magnetic bio-sensing and magnetic storage via Magnetic Tunneling Junctions (MTJs). During his Ph.D., he worked on the realization of an integrated platform based on MTJ-sensors for quantifying DNA in solution, and on the first magnetic memory based on antiferromagnetic tunnelling junctions. Currently, his main research interest is in using thermal nanolithography for tailoring the magnetic and electronic properties of materials. In this framework, he is currently working mainly on magnetic thin film heterostructures and 2D-materials.